Is there a name for the logical fallacy of assuming that B is true because A is true and B often results from A. I'm not sure if I'm phrasing that correctly. Here is the statement:
She worked at Big Name Company; she must be good.
It's not quite "cum hoc ergo propter hoc" or "post hoc ergo propter hoc", because both of those assume that B is true.
In this case:
A is true (she did work there)
B often results from A (the company has high standards and people who have worked there are usually good)
But B is not necessarily true (in this case, it wasn't.)
Is there a name for that?